After a dominant start to the season, the Philadelphia defense has recorded just three sacks in the last two weeks combined.
The Philadelphia defense will be tasked with stopping Dallas RB Ezekiel Elliott and Dallas' top-ranked rushing attack in Week 8.
The Philadelphia Eagles will face Detroit in Week 5, who will be missing multiple offensive skill players due to injury.
The Philadelphia defense will have just three active cornerbacks in Week 2.
The Philadelphia defense has allowed over 400 total yards of offense in six-straight games.
The Philadelphia defense has allowed 35.6 points per game over the last five weeks and forced just five turnovers in those games.
The Philadelphia defense has coughed up 161.5 rushing yards per game over the last four weeks.
The Philadelphia defense has allowed ten passing touchdowns over the last two weeks.
The Philadelphia Eagles have allowed an opposing running back to top 100 yards in three of their last four games.
The Philadelphia Eagles will look to continue their ball-hawking ways in Week 11 when they host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Philadelphia Eagles will play their first game without rookie LB Jordan Hicks, who will miss the remainder of 2015 with a torn pectoral muscle.
The Philadelphia Eagles, the NFL's leader in takeaways, will face Dallas quarterback Matt Cassel in Week 9.
The Philadelphia D/ST leads in the NFL in creating turnovers, racking up 11 interceptions and eight forced fumbles through seven games.
The Philadelphia defense will be light on linebackers this week, with Kiko Alonso (knee) out and Mychal Kendricks (hamstring) and DeMeco Ryans (hamstring) questionable.